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March Newsletter

Here we are at the first of March with rain expected for most of this week. We’ve had heavy snowfall this winter. I’m seeing the snow melting very rapidly as our weather recently has been in the 40’s and rainy. This winter, there have been sightings of moose; however, I haven’t seen one for several years. It makes me happy to know that they are being spotted occasionally. i walk regularly in a forested area near my home and do see evidence that they have recently walked there also. The card I’ve chosen to share with you this month is a card stamped with Lg. Moose, 0766-K. The basic card is Stampin Up’s Crumb Cake which is layered with handmade paper that I purchased 30+ years ago. I figured it was time to pull it out again. The moose is stamped on tan cardstock, gluded to brown cardstock and attached to the card with dimensionals.

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Moose Block Card

“Bold Block – Moose” is stamped three times on Sedona Red card stock in black, gray and brown inks. The blocks are trimmed with decorative scissors and layered on Clove card stock which is layered on black glossy. A piece of Sedona Red card stock is cut to 7″ x 8″ and folded to make a vertical card. The layered pieces are attached to the card on the right side. Handmade paper is attached to the left of the card. A length of gold wire which has been wrapped with copper wire is attached to the handmade paper with small dots of Crystal Lacquer. The card is made by Wendy Kerr.

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Moose, Fishing Bear & Horse

“Bold¬† Block – Moose”,¬† “Bold Block – Horse”, and “Bold Block – Fishing Bear” were stamped on cork and cut out, mounted over gold gloss card stock which was layered over homemade paper, checkered scrap book paper and white card stock. Card by Thalia Sledge.

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Moose & Doe in Birch Trees

“Birch Grove”, “Birch -Two Crossed, Sm.”, “Birch – Two Crossed, Lg.”, “Birch – Two Straight, Sm.”, “Doe by Branches”, and “Moose in Grass” were embossed in black on white matte card stock. Images were colored with pencils, and card was layered on black and tan card stock. Card by Pamela Hewitt.